Google Meet uses speech-to-text technology to provide live captions in meetings which helps participants who may be deaf or hard of hearing follow along and stay engaged.
"I was sidelined for a long time, despite having no symptoms and feeling fine. Today I went back to doing what I like, playing football. Cristiano is back, that's the most important thing," the club's official website quoted Ronaldo as saying.
Friday's Europa League final against Sevilla in Cologne will be the Nerazzurri's first European final since Mourinho walked out on the high of securing the only ever treble of Champions League, Serie A and Coppa Italia in 2010.
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The government also pointed out that foreign language vocabulary should be updated in the textbooks and other printing materials.
"With the launch of this app, we hope to create an enhanced reading experience for people all around the world, enabling a greater sense of independence and giving people with low vision the confidence to unlock their potential and pursue their passions."
Hyderabad: English and Foreign Languages University (EFLU) has extended the last date for submitting online applications for part-time courses in Arabic, Chinese, French, German,...
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Vestiges of the British Raj, with a queer mix of Western and Indian sensibilities, the Anglo-Indian community, once a sizeable number in the country, has dwindled over the years. Now, just close to 5,000 members remain in the Twin cities who have made it their home. Madhuri Dasagrandhi talks to a few Hyderabadi Anglo-Indians
The service will be available in different languages including ten international languages - Arabic, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.
"He is just coming here for a quick visit. He will come here for quick meal. There is no much time to take him around," Anna Kaarina Costa, the first cousin of the Prime Minister said.
Real Madrid's superstar footballer Cristiano Ronaldo has revealed that arch-rivals FC Barcelona were interested in signing him before he joined Manchester United in 2003.